Data from the Longitudinal Study of Australian Children indicates that between 22.3 and 24.5% of children have a speech, language or communication disorder when commencing school and around 11% of NSW students in secondary schools have a communication disorder.
The English faculty at All Saints’ College, St Mary’s Campus aims to develop rigorous proficiency in literary awareness, creativity, functional literacy and language for life.
The VET (Vocational Education and Training) faculty at All Saints’ College, St Mary’s Campus, is not only helping prepare its students for the workforce, but providing an additional unit of study towards their HSC.
Religious Studies at All Saints’ College, St Mary’s Campus, focuses on the place of religion in a multi-faith, modern world.
The National Catholic Education Commission has released a new paper aimed at assisting in the development and implementation of religious education in Catholic schools in a modern world.
The Mathematics faculty at St Joseph’s College, Lochinvar, aims to ensure students of all ability levels are given the opportunity to succeed academically.